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Manhattan Chamber Players
“Tragedy and Triumph:” The Music of Brahms, Bartók, and Dvořák
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at 7:00PM

Baruch Performing Arts Center
55 Lexington Ave.
@25th Street between Lexington and 3rd
New York, NY 10010


MANHATTAN CHAMBER PLAYERS

Breaking New Ground:

The Birth of Three Chamber Music Genres 


APRIL 26TH @ 7PM
$20 General Admission
FREE for children and students




Program: 

Franz Joseph Haydn (1732 – 1809)
String Quartet No. 25 in C major, Op. 20 no. 2 (1772)

  1. Moderato
  2. Capriccio: Adagio
  3. Menuet: Allegretto
  4. Fuga a quattro soggetti: Allegro

Robert Schumann (1810 – 1856)
Piano Quintet in Eb major, Op. 44 (1842)

  1. Allegro brillante
  2. In modo d’una Marcia: Un poco largamente
  3. Scherzo: Molto vivace
  4. Allegro ma non troppo


Intermission

W.A. Mozart (1756 – 1791)
String Quintet in C major, K. 515 (1787)

  1. Allegro
  2. Menuetto: Allegretto
  3. Andante
  4. Allegro

 

Manhattan Chamber Players

Siwoo Kim, Violin
Molly Carr, Viola
Luke Fleming, Viola
Oded Hadar, Cello

Special Guest Artist

Jamie Parker, Piano

The Manhattan Chamber Players is a chamber music collective of New York-based musicians who share the common aim of performing the greatest works in the chamber repertoire at the highest level.  Formed in 2015 by Artistic Director Luke Fleming, MCP is comprised of an impressive roster of musicians who all come from the tradition of great music making at the Marlboro Music Festival, Steans Institute at Ravinia, Music@Menlo, Yellow Barn Chamber Music Festival and Perlman Music Program, and are former students of the Curtis Institute, Juilliard School, Colburn School, New England Conservatory, and Yale School of Music.

At the core of MCP’s inspiration is its members’ joy in playing this richly varied repertoire with longtime friends and colleagues, with whom they have been performing since they were students.  Building upon that foundation, new works commissioned from its composer members keep the ensemble firmly grounded in the music of both the past and present.  Its roster allows for the programming of virtually all the core string, wind, and piano chamber music repertoire—from piano duos to clarinet quintets to string octets.  While all its members have independent careers as soloists and chamber musicians, they strive for every opportunity to come together and again share in this special collaboration.

Members of MCP are current and former members of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, ACJW, and the Amphion, Attacca, Dover, Escher, Vega, and Ying Quartets, and the Lysander, Madison, and Sheridan Piano Trios.  They are top prizewinners in the Banff, Concert Artists Guild, Fischoff, Melbourne, Naumburg, Osaka, Primrose, Queen Elisabeth, Rubenstein, Tchaikovsky, Tertis, and Young Concert Artists Competitions, and are some of the most sought after solo and chamber performers of their generation.  During its inaugural season, in addition to numerous concerts across the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Asia, the Manhattan Chamber Players has been featured multiple times on NPR’s Performance Today, and is the Ensemble-in-Residence at both the Northern Lights Music Festival in Mexico and the Crescent City Chamber Music Festival in New Orleans. Upcoming seasons add tours of Israel, France, and China to MCP’s busy concert schedule in NYC and across the U.S.

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Manhattan Chamber Players is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  All donations go solely towards presenting more concerts like tonight’s program, and furthering our mission of providing chamber music performed at the highest level to NYC area audiences at affordable prices.


Program: Johannes Brahms (1833 – 1897) Trio for Violin, Horn, and Piano in Eb major, Op. 40 (1865) Béla Bartók (1881 – 1945) String Quartet No. 6, Sz. 114 (1939) Intermission Antonín Dvořák (1841 – 1904) Piano Trio in F minor, Op. 65 (1883)